James Joyce’s Ulysses, widely considered the greatest novel of the 20th century, follows Dubliner Leopold Bloom on a single day, June 16, 1904 – known to the literary world as Bloomsday. Three writer-educators talk about lessons from the masterpiece.
The novelist talks about developing character, crafting stories and the passion necessary for both.
Poet Dana Gioia explains his approach to making work stronger and richer.
Whether you’re writing a profile or a novel, strong interviewing practices can ensure a richer story.
Independent writers discover that freedom comes with the price of persistence, passion and adaptability.
Novelist Samhita Arni has a simple style, but her method is every bit as deliberate as the original writers of the myths she revisits.
A veteran television writer tells how he did just that for an episode of The Wonder Years
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Authors are crossing over into the realm of entertainment to promote books and show fans a good time.